Clay is an essential building material in Stardew Valley. Not only does it help you in crafting items, it can also help you build your first foundation. Its cheap production and overall usefulness allows players to maximize its adaptive use.
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Where can you get Clay in the game?
Clay can easily be harvested from dirt spots, sand, and artifact spots around the map. Geodes can also provide some clay, but it’s not really that much. Geodes provide some materials that you can store and give back to Clint for some nice exchange.
You can also receive clay from either Jas or Vincent from the Winter festival.
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Stardew Valley Clay Farm Tips and Tricks
One of the best possible way to farm clay is to dig up the beach with the hoe. This trick is widely known in the community and by far the easiest way to get some clay.
There are many ways to actually exploit the clay farming. But the easiest and the best way for farming is to install an item spawner mod. Item spawners are pretty neat and convenient, since it helps with the tedious farming time. But that’s the point of the game, right?
Some players found that that railroad at the north of the Mountain is a good place to start. This place works because you can also utilize the nearby spa to gain energy.
There’s also the mines in which the further you progress into the area, the better the rewards. The mines also provides tons of clay, cave carrots, and relics. But if you don’t really like to deal with the enemies, then you might opt for the beach instead.
Some spots are comparatively better than the other. For most players, they recommend going to the beach and start hoeing around.
But the farm also has some decent spots for clay farming. Tilled dirt also provide some clay, but not so much. However, tilled dirt spots can also be used for tilling the soil directly, which cuts the time you need.
Some folks even mentioned that the JojaMart also provides some clay. One of the neat tricks Reddit users found is that you can also get clay resource from little worms. These worms appear almost everywhere and can bring you some decent amount of clay for the day.
You can check read some of the threads made by Steam users regarding clay here.
So that’s it for our clay farming guide. Be sure to check out latest posts here for the best Stardew Valley guides and mods. We’re always up-to-date with the latest tricks to help you out in the game.